The main contributors to heart disease and heart attacks are high levels of cholesterol, fat, and sugar in the blood, as well as smoking and high blood pressure. It is important to have your cholesterol levels as well as your blood pressure tested regularly as you age. If problems are detected early enough, you will most likely be able to prevent more serious heart issues through healthy eating and exercise as well as medication. It is also important to know the signs of a heart attack and what to do if one happens if you believe you are at risk for one. The most common signs of a heart attack include chest pain, trouble breathing, feeling nauseous, and feeling dizzy. If these symptoms occur, or you believe you are at risk for heart problems, it is important to go see a professional in this field, like Erica Desai and her team.